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Mindset, Money, & Life for late starters on the journey to Financial Independence

May 15, 2024

In this special pop up episode, Bill, Jackie, and special guest Amy Coroso engage in a thought-provoking discussion sparked by a controversial New York Times Magazine article about the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement. The three chat about the article's portrayal of diverse financial independence approaches as well as the article's impact on the FIRE community, discussing its potential to both attract attention and misconstrue the movement's core values. 

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